Saturna

Higher Taxon Solanaceae
Genus Solanum L.
Species Solanum tuberosum L. cv. Saturna
Breeder 54
E.Scholten
Breeder Agent GB Seed Industry

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Saturna (leaf)
Saturna (flower)
Saturna (foliage)
administration
Data sourceCZEHBROD
DEPT
DEU001
DEU416
FRA179
GBR165
HUN052
IRL001
NIVAA
POL IPR BON
VRI RUSSIA
Plant material maintained asTuber
In-vitro
Tuber and in-vitro
Plant health directive EC77/93, requirementsFully tested
Part tested
Country of originNETHERLANDS
Sample statusAdvanced cultivar
Test conditionsNon organic
plant characteristics
MaturityLate
Intermediate to late
Intermediate
Early to intermediate
Growth habitErect
Semi erect
Foliage coverGood
Flower colourWhite
Flower frequencyFrequent
Frequent to very frequent
Very frequent
BerriesOccasional to frequent
Frequent
Light sprout colourPink
tuber characteristics
Tuber skin colourWhite to yellow
Tuber eye colourYellow
Primary tuber flesh colourLight yellow
Yellow
Tuber shapeRound
Oval to round
Oval
Tuber eye depthMedium to deep
Medium
Tuber skin textureSmooth to intermediate
Smooth
Very smooth to smooth
tubering characteristics
Yield potentialLow to medium
Medium to high
High
Early harvest yield potentialHigh
Tubers per plantMany
Many to very many
Tuber sizeSmall to medium
Medium
Medium to large
Large
Tuber shape uniformityVariable to medium
Medium to uniform
Secondary growthMedium to high
Very low to low
Growth crackingLow
Hollow heart tendencyLow
Internal rust spotInfrequent to medium
Infrequent
Resistance to external damageModerate
Resistant
Resistance to internal bruisingLow to medium
Medium
Dormancy periodMedium
Long to very long
Storage abilityModerate to good
utilisation characteristics
Cooking type / 411 Cooked textureMealy (floury type)
Mealy (floury type) to fairly firm (multi-purpose type)
After cooking blackeningTrace
None to trace
Enzymic browningSome
TasteModerate to good
Good
Crisp suitabilityGood
Good to very good
French fry suitabilityPoor
Dry matter contentHigh to very high
Starch contentMedium to high
High
High to very high
resistance to fungal diseases
Resistance to late blight on tubersMedium
High
High to very high
Very high
Resistance to late blight on foliageLow
Low to medium
Medium
Medium to high
Resistance to late blight on tubers (Laboratory test)Medium
Resistance to late blight on tubers (Artificial inoculum in the field)Very high
Resistance to late blight on foliage (Artificial inoculum in the field)Low to medium
Resistance to late blight on foliage (Laboratory test)Low to medium
Resistance to late blight on foliage (Artificial inoculum in the field)Medium
Resistance to stem canker (Rhizoctonia solani)High
Resistance to powdery scab (Spongospora subterranea)Medium to high
Wart (Synchytrium endobioticum)Susceptible
Field immune
Field immunity to wart racesRace 1
Susceptibility to wart racesRace 1
Resistance to gangrene (Phoma foveata)Medium
Very high
resistance to bacterial diseases
Resistance to common scab (Streptomyces scabies)High
High to very high
Resistance to blackleg (Erwinia spp.)High
resistance to virus diseases
Resistance to potato virus ALow
Very high
Resistance to potato virus MMedium to high
Resistance to potato virus XMedium to high
High
Very high
Resistance to potato virus Y (strain not specified)Low to medium
Medium to high
High
High to very high
Resistance to potato virus YNHigh
Resistance to potato leaf roll virusLow to medium
Medium
Resistance to tobacco rattle virusHigh
resistance to pests
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 1High
Very high
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 2Low to moderate
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 3Low to moderate
Resistance to Globodera rostochiensis race 4Very high
environmental stress factors
Drought resistanceLow to medium
Medium
Frost resistanceLow
Variety information last modified on 9th of July, 2015